Response to Intervention and Instruction. RtI 2 is a multi tiered approach to helping students identified with unacceptable low scores, inadequate rate of learning, or behavioral concerns. A Problem Solving Model Michelle Crisci email@example.com Linda Trousdale firstname.lastname@example.org.
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RtI2 is a multi tiered approach to helping students identified with unacceptable low scores, inadequate rate of learning, or behavioral concerns.
A Problem Solving Model
Michelle Crisci email@example.com
Linda Trousdale firstname.lastname@example.org
Professional Learning Communities (PLC)
The role of PLC’s is to support quality instruction and ensure Tier 1 fidelity.
Examine achievement data
Support universally designed instruction (UDL)
Provide positive behavioral supports (PBIS)
Positive Behavioral Supports
Universal Design for Learning
Proactive approach to
Provide instructional flexibility in the ways
Information is presented
Students demonstrate learning
Students are engaged
Proactive approach to behavior
Adapted from Janice Pingel 5/20011
The majority (80%) of students in a school should be experiencing academic and behavioral success at Tier 1.
Tier 2 is designed to supplement, support, and enhance Tier 1 instruction/intervention rather than replace it.
In Tier 3 a greater degree of intensive interventions (frequency, duration, and/or teacher-student ratio) are provided.
Adapted from Janice Pingel slide show 5/2011
IDENTIFY THE LEARNING PROBLEM
Is there a problem? What is it?
Did our plan and intervention work? Why or why not?
ANALYZE THE LEARNING PROBLEM
Using data define the instructional “holes”
DEVELOP A PLAN/PROVIDE INTERVENTION
Is the intervention relevant to the problem, evidence-based, and implemented with fidelity?